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AT&T will combine streaming service with cell phone service; CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with the details.
India has ordered Internet service providers to block access to more than 850 adult websites in what the government has described as a way to protect social decency.
MOOVZ, a global LGBT social platform (the first real social network for the LGBT community) created by Interacting Technology, announced the official launch of their new global campaign.
Scruff bills itself as one of the largest gay dating apps in the world. The company celebrated five years of existence last week and SFGN interviewed one of its founders.
Security researchers have uncovered a vulnerability that could allow Android phones to be hacked with a malicious text message.
In an attempt to crack down on "homosexual propaganda" officials from Russia's state media regulator Roskomnadozr, which oversees telecommunications, are seeking to ban gay-friendly emojis on the iPhone keyboard.
Motorola is refreshing its Android smartphones with better cameras and other improvements as it seeks to lure customers who want lower-cost alternatives to leading smartphones from Apple and Samsung.
Smartphone apps are the latest tools to emerge from the intersection of health care and Silicon Valley, where tech companies are also working on new ways of bringing patients and doctors together online.
Fiat Chrysler could be required to lay out hundreds of millions of dollars to get potentially defective Ram pickups and older Jeeps off the road under a deal with safety regulators to settle claims that the automaker mishandled nearly two dozen recalls.
The Apple Watch is heading to some Best Buy stores ahead of the holiday shopping season.
The debate over ride-hailing firm Uber is laying bare divides in the Democratic Party and on the left about how to handle the new "sharing" economy. Republicans are hungry to exploit that ambivalence and make inroads into the wealthy tech sector.
In its sixth year, frenzied exchanges are commonplace at VidCon, the annual celebration of online video that ran through Saturday. It's among the reasons the convention continues to expand its footprint and attract more corporate sponsors.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said she never knowingly sent or received classified information using her private email server and did not know what messages were being cited by intelligence investigators as classified.
It was just last month that Nilsen, who mostly posts YouTube videos about beauty and style for her more than 3 million subscribers, released an entry titled "Something I Want You To Know (Coming Out)."
Pager and similar companies like Heal and Medicast aim to streamline medical care -- cutting out waiting rooms, receptionists and trips to the doctor's office.
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